2015 Honda Civic Hybrid, Civic Natural Gas Pricing Announced | Edmunds

2015 Honda Civic Hybrid, Civic Natural Gas Pricing Announced


TORRANCE, California — The 2015 Honda Civic Hybrid sedan and the 2015 Honda Civic Natural Gas sedan get $100 price increases for the new model year.

The 2015 Honda Civic Hybrid sedan starts at $25,525, including a $790 destination charge. The top-of-the-line Civic Hybrid sedan with leather, a navigation system and continuously variable transmission starts at $28,225, including shipping.

The 2015 Honda Civic Natural Gas sedan starts at $27,530, including shipping. The top-of-the-line Civic Natural Gas sedan with a navigation system and five-speed automatic transmission starts at $30,180, including shipping.

Honda announced pricing for the pair on Tuesday.

The Civic Hybrid arrives at Honda dealerships on November 5. The Civic Natural Gas goes on sale in 37 states beginning November 19.

Honda previously announced base 2015 Civic pricing.

Car shoppers in the market for an alternative-fuel vehicle frequently consider the Toyota Prius and Nissan Leaf as well.

The Civic Hybrid and Civic Natural Gas cars are carryover models with minimal changes. A rearview camera is standard on all 2015 Civics. Smart entry with push button start is standard on the Civic Hybrid.

The EPA says the Civic Hybrid returns 44 mpg in city driving and 47 mpg on the highway. The Civic Natural Gas has an EPA rating of 27 mpg in city driving and 38 mpg on the highway.

The pair arrive at dealerships as gas prices have fallen below $3 a gallon.

After a streak of 1,409 consecutive days of a national average above $3 per gallon, the price for regular unleaded gasoline fell to $2.99 per gallon on Saturday, which marked the first time that prices had fallen below that mark since December 22, 2010, according to AAA.

The U.S. Energy Department provides consumers with a compressed natural gas vehicle cost calculator that makes comparing a CNG vehicle to a gasoline-powered vehicle easier.

Edmunds says: A modest price increase should continue to make these Civic sedans appealing to car shoppers.

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